I find the underside of the seat benches fascinating. They must--of course--come out when you do anything gas tank related.
|They are very comfy!|
|See how nice?|
I can live with that.
I know about: The odd looking clutch head screws because we had to remove them to get the seats off.
I know about: The seat springs and burlap being in such wonderful condition because you have to remove the seat benches to get at the gas tank.
I know about: The sliding mechanism for the seat not being "smooooooth" because you have to slide the mechanism forward in order to get at the gas tank.
I know about: The fuel float and sending unit condition because we had to remove them to get at the dregs of dirty gasoline left in the tank.
I know about: The gas gauge actually being in fine working order like the other gauges because of the missing fuel float/sending unit. (No float meant no correct reading).
What was that term TD used again?
Old Car Domino Effect. Yup.
It's an education in increments.